A New Species of Lobster (Astacidea, Erymidae) from the Smithers Formation (Middle Jurassic) of British Columbia, Canada
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences
Geology, lobster, Middle Jurassic, British Columbia, Eryma Walkerae
A single carapace and its counterpart of an erymoid lobster collected from the Middle Jurassic Smithers Formation in British Columbia, permits description of a new species, Eryma walkerae. The specimen represents only the fourth species of Eryma described from North America and documents a north polar route of dispersal for erymids into North America.
Feldmann, Rodney and Haggart, James W. (2011). A New Species of Lobster (Astacidea, Erymidae) from the Smithers Formation (Middle Jurassic) of British Columbia, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 44(12), 1791-1796. doi: 10.1139/E07-058 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/geolpubs/150